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November 10, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,

In this month's Fire Chief eNews, Chief Gary Ludwig explores a different type of social distancing employed by chiefs – living in a bubble, removed from members. Also, Marc Davidson warns against using generational differences as an excuse for poor leadership, and Joe Pennino explains how to cultivate problem-solvers among the ranks.

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FEATURED CONTENT
The socially distanced chief: Problems abound when the chief lives in a bubble
By Gary Ludwig 
It’s time to emerge from the office and do a little ‘Leading by Driving Around’ to connect with members
Fire service leaders must avoid the trap of the generational argument
By Marc Davidson 
Resorting to generational biases prevents leaders from connecting with members and building their trust
Unchaining the chain of command: Growing fire department potential with a new model
By Joe Pennino, EFO, CFO, MIFireE 
The ultimate goal of the High-Performance Organization model is to have more problem-finders AND more problem-solvers
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Navigating politics and budgets during trying times
By Side Alpha with Chief Marc Bashoor 
Fire Chief Marc Bashoor speaks with Baltimore City Chief Niles Ford about how fire service leaders can manage political and financial challenges in the modern era
Financial mismanagement: The other smoldering fire
By Scott Eskwitt  
Put controls in place to prevent fire department fraud, embezzlement and other financial (and PR) nightmares
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